Women Voters Offer Candidates' Answers

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The League of Women Voters of Dane County Candidates’ Answers for the February 19 primary are available on their website www.lwvdanecounty.org.   Candidates’ Answers is an independent and nonpartisan voters’ guide which features responses by the candidates themselves.  The Dane County League sends questionnaires to all candidates. Answers are printed exactly as received without editing by the League.  The only statewide primary contest is for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice. Pat Roggensack, incumbent,  Ed Fallone, and Vince Megna are the candidates.  Local alders, school board members, and judicial races will be on the April ballot.

LWVDC Voter Services Chair Gail Bliss stated “This is a service the League provides so that citizens can make informed decisions when they vote.  The on-line version of Candidates Answers is a cost effective way of providing information about candidates for the primary.  Candidates Answers will be in print and on-line for the April 2, 2013 general election.”

The website’s Voter Information section can help people find out where they should vote and which candidates will be on their ballot with links to the Voters Public Access site, Dane County Clerk, and City of Madison Clerk, and all municipal clerks in the county. 

The League of Women Voters is an organization of women and men that is nonpartisan, community-based, and organized at the local, state, and national levels.  In Dane County, the League registers voters, publishes Candidates Answers, provides information on voting, moderates candidate forums, holds public informational meetings, and develops positions based on the study of the issues. For more information, contact the Dane County League at (608)232-9447. 

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